ei-mata mahaprabhu nacite nacite
'arit'-grame asi' 'bahya' haila acambite
ei-mata—in this way; mahaprabhu—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; nacite nacite—dancing and dancing; arit-grame—in the village known as Arit-grama; asi,—coming; bahya—sense perception; haila—there was; acambite—suddenly.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu danced in ecstasy, but when He arrived at Aritgrama, His sense perception was awakened.
Arit-grama is also called Arista-grama. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu understood that in that village, Aristasura was killed by Sri Krsna. While there, He inquired about Radha-kunda, but no one could tell Him where it was. The brahmana accompanying Him could also not ascertain its whereabouts. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu could then understand that the holy places known as Radha-kunda and Syama-kunda were at that time lost to everyone's vision. He therefore discovered Radha-kunda and Syama-kunda, which were two reservoirs of water in two paddy fields. Although there was very little water, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was omniscient and could understand that formerly these two ponds were called Sri Radha-kunda and Syama-kunda. In this way Radha-kunda and Syama-kunda were discovered.

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